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New Arrivals

After taking a look at the future, we were brought right back to the present with a bump on Tuesday morning with the discovery of two lambs! 390 more words

Agriculture

March; Mothers Day, Devon Eclipse, Food Festival, Daffodils and Lambs!

On the 19th February, we proudly became Grandparents to our daughter and son-in-law’s beautiful little girl, Fleur Erin Rose, weighing 7Lbs.

Fleur was born on the start of the Chinese New Year of the sheep, when we also had a few unexpected lambs born due to our ram breaking in to the field to visit the ewes in September. 167 more words

Babies are coming! Babies are coming!

Aggghhhh! What was I thinking?!

I know exactly what I was thinking. I was thinking we were going to have an early spring. Well, February turned out to be pretty brutal, and while the first few days of March have seemed warm – above zero and sun – we are expecting wind and snow tonight. 2,029 more words

Getting ready for lambing

Our ewes are getting ready for lambing again, this year they have a new lambing shed at their disposal. We managed to finish the building a couple of month ago, which was hard work, especially concreting the floor.  75 more words

Sheep

Me vs Ewe.... 

What a day… Lambing is in full swing. And as with many things everything is easier if you have a helping hand. Luke’s two hands sometimes just aren’t enough. 714 more words

Traditional Farming

And so it continues...

Reports indicate we had triplets and twins last night in the lambing shed and that the Rose family have a new granddaughter. Mother and baby doing well. 139 more words

Care Farm

New Babies

Last Summer, while Mark and I were feeding he said to me, “I didn’t know Rambo still had his nu_ _!”  I said, “Yeah, he does.”  Last spring we had bought a male lamb at the… 253 more words

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